Manchar Lake water to be made drinkable
SEHWAN: (APP) Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah has informed that a plan was under consideration for installation of a treatment plant to make the contaminated water of the lake drinkable.
The plant would meet the drinking water requirements of the residents of the Manchar lake, he said while talking to media persons at his native village Wahur and later at the Mazar of Hazrat Lal Shahbaz Qalandar at Sehwan on Sunday.
Talking about his recent visit to Punjab, the Chief Minister said he emphatically presented the case for the National Finance Commission (NFC) award. "We will continue the struggle for rights of the Sindh province," he said.
He expressed satisfaction over the law and order situation in Karachi and warned that no one would be allowed to take the law into their hands.
Syed Murad Ali Shah said he became the Chief Minister because of the trust reposed in him by the PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and PPP-Parliamentarians President Asif Zardari.
"It's my responsibility to serve the people and provide them optimum facilities following the footsteps of my late father and former Chief Minister Sindh Syed Abdullah Shah," he said.
To a question, he informed that a cabinet meeting scheduled after the Eid holidays would decide about lifting the ban on appointments on the governments jobs in the province.
The Chief Minister also visited the residences of the local PPP leaders including Makhdoom Zameer Ahmed, Syed Ghulam Hadi Shah, Qazi Farooq and Habibullah Rind.